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Feb 25, 2013 12:00pm EST
hill four days in counting. >> if congress cannot compromise and those cuts kick in, maryland would be one of the hardest-hit states. maryland would lose $14.4 million in education funding this year alone. that translates to 200 jobs for teachers and aides. employees would be placed on furlough with $50 million in lost income. the air force would be cut by $10 million. >> right at the beginning, you will not see much of benefit, because the departments have a lot of money sloshing around in them. >> slow or negative growth scenario. >> there would be big cuts to public health and the environmental programs. for years maryland has required anyone convicted of a serious crime to provide a dna sample. but in 2010, the law was changed so that people are arrested for certain violent crimes would also have to give a sample. i just four years, those samples of lead to 43 convictions. jayne miller will follow the case right here on tv 11. >> we are warming things up now that we have the full sunshine in place. 44 at the airport, and the winds are much calmer. it makes a difference from what
NBC
Feb 18, 2013 11:00pm EST
, they are heading to the general assembly. >> a new report names maryland as one of the area's most vulnerable to sequestration cuts. maryland, virginia, and washington could feel the most pain from the cuts set to take place march 1 unless congress can reach a deal. unfortunately, there is not much movement toward a bipartisan deal to prevent a spending cuts. washington lawmakers are in recess. congress will return on monday, leaving them just days to agree to an alternative plan, which strategists saying lawmakers are working towards a deal even while they are away. >> if you or a parent or loved one receives social security benefits, changes are coming. the government is limiting its paper checks. social security benefits will only get payments through direct deposit or through a direct debit card now accounts. they are strongly urging them to get their money through direct deposit. >> it is there. >> a word of caution. they say the card should be treated like cash and used at a cash register. be careful about giving that number out. the cardould cleare out. >> despite research, demand is a
ABC
Feb 14, 2013 11:00pm EST
maryland to get the latest on the storm's track. >>> new information tonight on the shooting of a police trainee this week at the rosewood center. >> reporter: maryland state police released this letter outlining their role in the investigation and learning more about the police instructor who fired a live round striking a trainee in the head. maryland state police investigators continue to interview officers who were at the rosewood center tuesday afternoon when a police trainee from the university of maryland baltimore campus was shot in the forehead. a spokesman released a statement that says the maryland police investigation is being conducted as a criminal investigation with the purpose of determining if a crime occurred and who was responsible for that crime. the maryland state police is not conducting an administrative investigation which examines the personnel to department policies and procedures. whether the policies and procedureses were violated would be determined by parallel investigations by city police and internal affairs and the state police training commission. the off
NBC
Feb 24, 2013 11:10pm EST
east -- the fight on spending cannot go on forever. >> we are learning maryland could be one of the hardest hit by sequestration. we talk to an economist today about that. >> according to a report released today by the white house, tens of thousands of defense workers will be furloughed if the sequester goes into affect. employees would feel the impact immediately. with less than a week before the sequester is scheduled to kick in, the white house is releasing a rundown of how this will impact the country, state-by- state. maryland will be among the hardest hit. >> 5% of the work force works for federal government. and cutbacks in spending will adversely impact maryland. >> maryland will lose about $14.4 million in education funding, which translates into about $200 -- 200 jobs. defense employees would be placed on furlough. $350 million in lost income. army bases would see about $95 million in cuts and the air force would be cut by $10 million. it also details cuts to public health and environmental programs. the sequester was designed to hit just about everything. and move
CSPAN
Feb 2, 2013 12:10pm EST
control laws increasing our jobs in maryland. this 35 minute event is part of the maryland public television. >> thank you. thank you all. got bless you. >> thank you very, very much. bannermr. speaker, mr. president, distinguished minority leaders, lieutenant brown, governor hughes, attorney general gensler, colleagues and city colleagues, mayor vincent gray from our neighbors and new columbia. [laughter] ambassadors, members of fema of these united states. [applause] katie o'malley and the men and women of the maryland general assembly, there is more that unites us than divides us. this year, one of those things is the mighty, mighty baltimore ravens. [cheers and applause] my goodness. also bipartisan agreement. look, all of us are familiar with the ravens story, but their are also a number of remarkable people who are with us. i want to share a few of their stories with all of you. first, one of our nation's leading minds and most prominent advocates of science, technology, and engineering, math and education, some of you know them as a member of the school state board. later t
NBC
Feb 25, 2013 11:00pm EST
guarantee is an unprecedented in any maryland school system, but some skeptics are worried that if this goes through, maryland taxpayers will be left on the hook to pay the bills if something were to go wrong somewhere down the line. a cold weather did not deter demonstrators from packing the mall in annapolis. >> how excited i was to be able to go up and tell these people how i actually feel. my energy level is up to 100. >> supporters showed up to push for a $2 billion plan aimed at overhauling the baltimore city public schools. >> we've come up with an innovative way to try to build money to build schools in baltimore. this is exactly what people in annapolis have been telling us to do for years and years. >> the proposal calls for $32 million a year in state funding for the next two decades. supporters say it would allow for a billion dollar bond issue to help finance baseless at up to 137 schools. >> the block grant allows for the city to leverage existing state funds so we can afford a wide scale renovations. >> students describe the current facilities as decrepit. >> it is hard to stu
NBC
Feb 12, 2013 12:00pm EST
shooting in college park that has left two university of maryland student dead. >> table a hole through the neighbor's window. the rear window of this subshot out. around back of the house, evidence of the fire that started it all. police released this total of the damage. three university of maryland students live in the home on 36th avenue. early this morning, police say one of the students with a small fire in the basement. his two roommates, also students, confronted him. when they ran out the front door, shots rang out. >> all i heard were six or seven shots. 50 minutes later, i heard the cops. >> we heard what sounded like firecrackers to us. multiple shots. >> both roommates were shot in the front yard. one died at the hospital, another ran to a neighbor's home for help and is expected to be ok. the shooter then went to the back of the house to kill himself. the university put out a safety alert telling students of an off-campus shooting. the crime has credit -- rattled many. >> the university's president issued a statement this morning. in it, he extends his sympathies to the vi
NBC
Feb 15, 2013 12:00pm EST
chair john grasso, thomas angelis, and former maryland first lady kendel ehrlich. the county council will interview the candidates vote on february 21. john leopold resigned after being convicted of misconduct in office. there is no chance you will get a new trial with his request being rejected as the judge said it was a without merit. he can still collect his state and county pension. sentencing is scheduled for march 14. the i-team continues to cover -- uncovered new details about a training incident that put a training in a hospital. the instructor has been identified as 46-year-old william kern. investigators say he accidentally grabbed and fired his duty weapon during a training exercise. the university of maryland baltimore campus trainee took a bullet to the head and remains in critical condition. officials say william kern is on medical suspension. four people are recovering from injuries they sustained at a traffic stop. the maryland state police super -- trooper tried to stop a vehicle at gaucher avenue, when a driver took off and ran a red light before slamming into indiv
NBC
Feb 25, 2013 5:00pm EST
maryland are keeping a close eye on what is happening right now and washington. if the budget battle is not resolved by friday, maryland is one of the states that will be hit the hardest. we have team coverage of the sequester countdown. lowell melser is standing by in baltimore with a look at the local impact. we will begin with steve handelsman, who has the latest on negotiations on capitol hill. >> democrats are trying to make sequestration look terrible. republicans are trying to say it doesn't have to be so bad. neither side is really doing much to try to prevent it. lawmakers return to the house, and the senate is back in session. with no talks reported under way to put off the sequester friday, president obama pressure republicans. >> these cuts do not have to happen. congress can turn them off any time with just a little bit of compromise. >> republicans will not compromise on taxes. >> we are not willing to put revenue on the table. the cuts are going to occur. >> the white house sent out 50 reports detailing how the $83 billion in cuts would impact each state. in alabama, 2
CBS
Feb 20, 2013 11:00pm EST
of maryland jobs are on the line with massive budget cuts looming in washington. president obama is appealing to congress to stop the automatic cuts. >> reporter: there is no question that here at the white house the new cycle has been about budget cuts. at the white house the president and senior staff continued to warn congress if action is not take on the country is in danger of having to furlough thousands of government employees. the ball is clearly in their court. >> what i say, there is no reason they should be furloughed or lose their job or be laid off. this is a problem congress can solve. these automatic spending cuts put into place in 2011, were designed to get congress to actually avoid them by coming together with more sensible approaches to deficit reduction. >> reporter: this will likely be a close one. >> i don't know why it is in this town folks leave stuff until the last minute. there is no other profession, no other industry, where people wait until the 11th hour to solve these big problems. obviously it creates uncertain
NBC
Feb 12, 2013 6:00am EST
park. the victims, the gunman here all university of maryland students. this is happening just -- happened just after 1:00 this morning in the 8700 block of 36th avenue near the university of maryland campus and that is where news 4's megan mcgrath is live with the latest information. megan, bring us up to speed. >> reporter: aaron, we received an update from prince george's county police and they say this is a murder-suicide involving three university of maryland students. all roommates. all living in a home in the 8700 block of 36th avenue. here in college park. now, as i mentioned, the three students were all roommates living in this home. one of the men lit a fire in the basement. then there was a confrontation which turned deadly. >> the preliminary investigation shows that the gunman set a fire in the basement of the home in which all three men lived. when two of the roommates went to investigate what was going on, they confronted the suspect. all three then left the house and in the front of the home, the suspect began firing. he shot one of the men and as the second man
CBS
Feb 26, 2013 5:00pm EST
system dumping snow in the midwest is bringing maryland rain and lots of it. here's a live look outside right now. rain falling around much of the state at this hour. let's go right to meteorologist bernadette woods and bob turk, tracking first warning live doppler radar. we'll start with bob. >>> wet night on tap for just about everybody. take a look at radar. the heaviest activity now between easton and cambridge on the lower eastern shore. and that's moving up towards central portions of delaware. here in the baltimore region, not all that heavy. in fact, most of the rain has been light. it will continue to be generally on the light side throughout the evening. that's why they have dropped that flood watch we had in effect earlier this afternoon. that was dropped a little before 3:00. now, there are still some advisories in effect for portions of maryland. bernadette woods has a look at that. bernadette? >> reporter: that's right. well, there is still a coastal flood advisory in effect for the shores, because of the rain coming down. th
NBC
Feb 25, 2013 6:00pm EST
a serious impact on maryland. the state board of revenue estimates that maryland could lose more than 12,000 jobs and $2.50 billion in wages. team coverage continues with lowell melser or outside city police headquarters with more. >> we are hearing from a police headquarters to set an example. according to the white house, it those automatic spending cuts do pekin, law enforcement agencies around the state including those here in baltimore could lose hundreds of thousands of dollars when it comes to crime prevention. just the tip of the iceberg in cuts around the state. >> gridlock has never created a single job. i want to sit down and compromise and work something out that makes sense. >> a lot of long stairs and nervous looks for u.s. senator ben cardin at a town hall style meeting for employees at the social security administration headquarters in woodlawn monday. most were concerned about being furloughed. >> we have had some assurance that it probably will not have a furlough. >> according to the white house, if congress does not work out a deal on the federal budget by friday, mar
ABC
Feb 15, 2013 5:00pm EST
, this seems to be a winner of the clipper storm and makes keeping the roads safer tougher, the maryland state highway administration says they try to be ready before any storm hits but they can't always pretreat the roads. when a storm starts as rain, crews don't pretreat because any salt would be washed out of the roles and looks like the storm -- off the roads and looks like the same could be tonight. >> we do have calls from citizens who say why are you sitting out there in the rain and the reality is we have to be prepared for anything and if it turns a couple little degrees can make it very very slick. >> so far this winter, the state highway administration has gone through 37 million of its 41 million-dollar budgets and nearly 130,000-tons of salt. >>> a as this storm moves through your neighborhood tonight, you can track it as it changes from rain to e snow, right on your smart phone or tablet, and you can check out our mobile weather app. >>> we have breaking news, a stabbing and attempted robbing near a popular shopping mall at arundel mills mall. a 36-year-old woman was the target.
ABC
Feb 26, 2013 4:30am EST
that works for you. now, good morning maryland. >> a case that could deal a major blow to crime fighting. the concerning dna cases in our area. >> advocates working to protect pregnant women in the area. >> the u.s.nf cost is saying bye to baltimore. the shape's latest -- ship's latest mission and when you can see it off. those stories straight ahead. thanks for joining us, i am megan pringle. >> i am charley crowson. it could be a testy day on this tuesday. what's going on. >> all right. so we are quiet but we are waiting for the rain to move in. so let's me show you what's going on on maryland's most powerful radar. we are dry but back off toward the south, that's where we are seeing that heavy rain now pushing atlanta. all this spreading across tennessee valley and south carolina. look at this pink here. that is little bit of wintery mix that's going to be work its way towards us. the onset we could see sleet mixing with rain but all in all we will be seeing plenty of rain as we go throughout the day. we are talking about flood potential. so with that, we have a flood watch. this mean
NBC
Feb 18, 2013 12:00pm EST
serving delegate in the house, the first african american woman ever to chair a committee in maryland. >> beautiful on this president's day. hopefully you had your chance to go up side this afternoon. temperatures are just warming up. the dewpoint is currently at six degrees, so it is very dry, the humidity only at 34%. the fact that the wind is finally coming down makes it feel much better outside. this afternoon, up 30's to the lower 40's. then the clouds roll back into tonight with storms approaching tomorrow. all of those details in the forecast. >> maryland state police are working with officials on the eastern shore, looking for the person responsible for stabbing a student to death. the student was driving to the somerset campus on saturday night when they came upon another group. witnesses tell police that someone stabbed edmund sinclair after an altercation. police do not believe it was a random act. >> investigators are not sure why this occurred. they are still attempting to determine if the victim knew the individuals, but they do have evidence that this was not a random a
ABC
Feb 13, 2013 4:30am EST
any delays. wilson bridge coming from virginia to maryland, that is out of the travel lanes. in virginia on 95, in quantico in each direction, overnight construction is running a little behind schedule in each direction. they are letting some cable and there are intermittent closures. back to you. >> thank you. the investigation is under way into a fire that killed a woman in charles county, maryland in the 5300 block of stuckey rd. in indian head. prince george's county police are looking into a fatal shooting in fort washington. officers found the victim in 8400 block of rosemarie drive before 11:00 tuesday night. police have not released to the victim's identity or what led to the shooting. no information on any arrests. >> now to the latest in the manhunt for a former lapd officer wanted for murder. we are waiting to learn if the body of christopher dorne wasr found in a burning cabin in sandino, california. charred remains were found >> . tests will be conducted to find out if it was him. a riverside officer, michael crain, will be buried, one of his victims. >> the man
CBS
Feb 20, 2013 6:00pm EST
shore say dozens of people may have witnessed the fatal stabbing of a university of maryland student. but so far, no arrests in the case. and now, police hope security camera footage helps crack that case. wjz stays on the story. derek valcourt is live with more on what that footage reveals. derek? >> reporter: well, the video does not show the murder itself. but it's what else you ask see in that video that has police interested. >> reporter: the murder happened just out of camera range of this surveillance video. it was snowing around 9:00 saturday night. look closely. you can see a group of at least three people walking by. car after car drives by as well. someone walks by, carrying an umbrella. state police are asking, what have if anything, did these people see? >> these are potential witnesses we need to speak to. >> reporter: detectives are trying to track down more people who might have seen the three young men who stabbed 21- year-old edmond st. claire to death in the middle of this main road that runs right through the university of
CBS
Feb 26, 2013 6:00pm EST
suicide last week. >>> a lot of rain is moving through maryland right now. air live look outside. in addition to the rain, could a little bit of ice mix in some places? let's go to meteorologist bernadette woods and bob turk. they're tracking first warning doppler radar. bob? >> we got rain in the region. a little later owe'll see moderate showers. take a look at rain now. across much of central maryland. it's heavy. but it's consistent rains coming in from the southwest. a few heavier pockets move through the eastern shore. and there's one little batch south of d.c. see that? that's going to head into the region this evening. and moderate rain headed our way. we'll be looking for a wet night across the region. some areas way out in far western maryland may see some of that ice. and they already have seen some of that. bernadette has a look at that. >> that's right. the icy threat is more at the start of this storm system. temperatures aren't really dropping out of the 40s overnight. it's going to remain warm. and we're going to see that
CBS
Feb 13, 2013 6:00pm EST
13 over the scene as medics rush a university of maryland police trainee in his 40s, onto a waiting medivac helicopter. the trainee had been taking part in a city police academy training exercise. at the site of the old, now abandoned rosewood psychiatric hospital in owings mills. it's unclear what exactly happened. so far, investigators will only say the trainee was shot in the head, with live ammunition, by a city police training instructor. the news, outraging to the mayor. >> there's no acceptability -- acceptable situation for why live rounds were at a training exercise. and... i was so angry, i was almost speechless. >> reporter: the mayor visited the hospital tuesday and said she personally promised the trainee's family that the city would get to the bottom of what went wrong. >> reporter: immediately, the new city police commissioner, anthony batts shut down all police academy operations until a thorough investigation and review of all safety procedures can be completed. >> reporter: and wjz has learned several top commanders
ABC
Feb 18, 2013 11:00pm EST
across maryland but a new storm moving in our direction. what it will mean for your tuesday morning commute. >>> it is the one doctor many women dread. now there is good reason, we have an update on how many women may be the victim of their gynecologist. >> one company says she is too fat for a massage. abc2news starts now. we begin looking ahead to tomorrow morning. >>> you could be dealing with school delays and and a rough commute. wyatt. >> changes through the morning tomorrow. it doesn't matter where you are watching. if you are out in frederick or howard county, maybe you will see ice on the front edge of this approaching weather. right now just a few passing clouds, but temperature-wise, cold and the numbers don't lie here. we are already at below freezing in millersville and emet cetera -- as this moves in. but it is a slow moving line and the front edge of this, while it may start out icy, will probably happen around 8:00 or 9:00 in the morning and at that point the line will only be into the western-most counties. eventually as we go through mid- day tomorrow we'll look fo
ABC
Feb 21, 2013 11:00pm EST
not be a-able to buy a gun in maryland. >> this debate started late this afternoon and here it is still going on in annapolis in the judicial committee meeting. they are discussing the governor's proposed repeal of the death penalty and gun control there's a number of proposals all wrapped into this big bill that they're trying to pass. the governor wants tougher background checks. hewants people to provide fingerprints to the police before they're able to buy a gun in maryland. he also wants a hands on training course before you can buy a gun in maryland. today the committee knocked that down to a four hour course and lowered the price on that. thebig part of the debate was about keeping mentally ill people from being able to buy guns whether they've voluntarily committed themselves or involuntarily committed. there was agreement that people who have been involuntarily committed to an institution should not be able to buy a gun. there was little agreement on people who are seeking help for themselves. they're saying if people thought they needed mental help and are later not allowed to
ABC
Jan 31, 2013 11:00pm EST
story. tonight the name of a woman and our exclusive interview. >>> maryland's most powerful radar tracking snow to the west. how this could impact your commute, ahead. >>> this purple pride. the wager our top cop is making on the game when we come back in 60 seconds. . >>> the owners of a clinic forced to close are keeping quiet but the family is talking. tonight they're opening to us in an exclusive interview. >> you'lla witherspoon was a private person. after we found them by digging through state records, the family decided the time was right to tell her story. when you dine out an inspection lets you know the restaurant is safe. same with your car, the daycare. the state looks at all these things to protect you and your family from harm. but sometimes we just assume things are getting a closer look. >> they think my barber needs to be certified. there has to be some oversight. >> reporter: oversight in the operating room. hospitals have it. in maryland where other surgeries are done they don't. >> they don't license. >> reporter: no state oversight. for certain surgery centers
NBC
Feb 14, 2013 12:00pm EST
in annapolis today to back a bill that will repeal the death penalty in maryland. he says taking an anti-death stance is in line with the church and pro-life teachings. >> it certainly should be recognized that people that commit heinous crimes should be punished, but we feel there is a better way than capital punishment, especially if there is life without parole. >> his predecessor testified in support of a similar bill in 2009. coming up, dr. patrick allen is here to answer your pet questions. if you have a question, e-mail it to pet questions at wbal.com it to pet questions at wbal.com , or visit our website. >> just when it seemed like things couldn't get worse, more problems for the 4000 passengers and crew aboard the crippled crew -- cruise ship in the gulf of mexico. >> families are starting to gather outside of the terminal in mobile, alabama. nellie talk to her daughter after the engine room fire that crippled the cruise liner has not heard from her in days. >> it has been horrible, not been able to talk with her. i have been sick about it -- being able to talk with her, not kn
NBC
Feb 23, 2013 6:00pm EST
. >> 45 degrees east. on the board walk 47. 43 frederick. in the 30's out in far western maryland. so the temperatures are fairly well and evenly distributed around the area. not extremely cold air coming in blind this system. you see part two of the storm and what is left of that big snow that fell out in the plain states. here is the coastal development that will push some moisture up into new england, part of which will be snow. but we're in the drier air. we have a pretty good day tomorrow and monday. but as we look at the wider view, the departing storm, the sunday, monday weather. and then tuesday, and then another good day out here coming into seattle and then another storm out in the pa tisk northwest. this one for tuesday looks like a good shot. we'll have to see what happens to that one out in the pacific ocean. but they are looking to track across the country somehow. >> 24 the low tonight. and winds will be light at 2 to 7 miles an hour. >> the forecast for tomorrow close to 60 for the high. winds 10 to 20 miles per hour with scattered clouds. winds will be not terrible st
ABC
Feb 14, 2013 4:30am EST
the capital beltway. maryland and virginia checking out fine. getting to the beltway from stafford, 95 is good to go. back to you. >> thank you. we want to start with a developing story. this involves olympic sprinter oscar press sttorias. >> 30-year-old woman was found dead at his house in south africa. they found a 9 millimeter and he was taken into custody. the woman is his girlfriend. he may have mistaken her for a burglar. police are not clarifying. he made history and at the london olympics last year when he became the first double amputee runner to compete on the track. a police investigating a home invasion in new carrollton. officers got the call around 10:30 wednesday night to respond to the 5200 block of 85th avenue. there were no injuries. investigators are not saying if they have made an arrest greg. as a suspicious death in alexandria could turn out to be the first murder in the city of 2013. a family member found the 94- year-old man's body wednesday night at home in the 2700 block of holly street. investigators have not release his name or cause of death. he died under suspicio
ABC
Feb 19, 2013 5:00am EST
trying to make its way into northern maryland. we still have several hours before any of that reaches our area. as of us will see temperatures above freezing by that time. the blue ridge and areas of to the west watching for a a little wintry mix. it is 36 in gaithersburg, 39 in d.c., 38 at dulles airport. our forecast, warming up nicely by noon, 45 degrees. 50 degrees by 5:00. expecting light green into the afternoon, but it will be light. much colder temperatures on the way. from the belfort furniture weather center. jamee? >> good morning, washington gary knell problems in our nation's capital. southeast south west freeway. looks gorgeous on lower 14th street. no problems for a maryland either. 270 southbound direction. crossing the american legion bridge, in and out of maryland and virginia, your lanes are open. trouble lanes open around the woodrow wilson bridge. 395 is quiet. back to you. >> thank you. 5:02 on this tuesday. prince william county firefighters looking into what caused a big apartment fire in manassas. >> this fire was on lady jane. it sent three people to the hospital
CBS
Feb 14, 2013 12:00pm EST
. right now we're starting to rebound very nicely with temperatures in the 40s in central maryland. still cold in oak land, 32 degrees, 43 elkin. as you asked, don we do have another system moving our way. for more on that, out to marty. >> reporter: thank you very much. happy valentine's day everyone. let's take a look at our national temperature map. everything is moving left to right. this bubble of mild air is going to come across the mid atlantic over the next 48 hours. look at the dip in the jet stream. business mark, denver, salt lake. our next graphic shows a cold front moving our way. we're going to see temperatures going 10 degrees below normal through the weekend. there's going to be a little be it of moisture out ahead of that new air mass, which could become a bit of a mixed precipitation event. how much so, when, what's the timing? meteorologist tim williams with those details shortly. >> thank you. >>> new information on the training incident that led to an officer getting shot in the head. sources say the training incident when somebody mixed up a simulated weapon with a s
FOX
Feb 26, 2013 5:35am EST
actual sam peopling to help involve crimes. the justices will hear arguments from maryland officials who want police to be allowed to take dna samples from people who have been arrested but not convicted. twenty-eight states and the federal government already do this type of sampling. privacy advocates claim this is unconstitutional. the justices will make a final decision in the case later this year. >>> also in this morning's top stories, hundreds of concerned parents and residents in prince george's county are coming together calling for an end to violence they say is killing their children. a meeting was hosted by radio one last night calling it a state of emergency. it comes after six prince george's county school students have been murdered since the beginning of the school year. community leaders say they are ready to work with parents to create a safer environment. >>> we've got a quick school closing to tell you about. it is in garrett county, maryland where the schools are closed today due to the weather. so we just want to pass that along to you. making headline, a growing sca
ABC
Feb 13, 2013 5:30am EST
of maryland as a campus police officer. he is in his 40s and this was his first police job which he started back in july. the chief surgeon at shock trauma says the office are remains in very grave -- officer remains in very grave condition. >> he is stable but any thoughts or predicts about long- term neurologic outcome are way, way too early. >> reporter: the family is asked his name not be released. maryland state police will handle the investigation. live at shock trauma, linda so, abc2 news. >>> two university of maryland college park students are dead and another is in the hospital. the suspect dayvon green shot both of his house mates before turning the gun on himself. sherrie johnson has the latest on the story. >> reporter: according to his family he suffered from mental illness. we visited the rosedale neighborhood where his family lives. no word on green's exact illness or what medication he was taking. 23-year-old green got his undergraduate degree from morgan state university and was getting his graduate degree in engineering from maryland. police in prince george's county says
CBS
Feb 10, 2013 6:30pm EST
maryland's news station. >>> digging out, buried under feet of snow, nearly 300,000 people remain in the dark. tonight, the northeast recovers as the death toll rises. >> quite a scene up there. good evening everyone and thanks for joining us. i'm adam may. that huge snowstorm that hit millions in the northeast is gone but the clean up is beginning. major airports are back open and marley hall has the latest from wjz from hartford connecticut. >> reporter: cars are having a tough time navigating the snowy roads in hartford connecticut. this family went out for lunch and got stuck. >> thank you so much. >> we were a little ways. >> luckily we got out of it. there were people out there to help us. >> reporter: across the northeast, millions of people are digging out are from up to 3 feet of snow and thousands in 8 states with still waiting for the lights and heat to come back on. crews are making progress with street cleaning, but the next challenge is getting rid of mountains of snow that are piling up all over town. bus service is getting back
CBS
Feb 25, 2013 6:00am EST
weather in western maryland. wild fire -- we have a winter weather already in effect. today beautiful mostly sunny with a high of 48. wait until you see how warm it's going to be here with clearing skies on wednesday. >>> ron matz, good morning. it's not all that unpleasant in fells point. >> reporter: not too good at all. i don't know if you can pull it up on the internet later, a picture in the new york times of fans surrounding danika patrick. very reminiscent of the fans surrounding ray lewis in the parade here. it's quite something. we have 36 days until opening day. think about that. >> how about that. >> reporter: we're closing in on it. we're getting ready for the o's and we're getting ready for a great group this morning the maryland cancer fund, when the eyewitness news morning edition rolls on. >>> good morning. 28 degrees right now on tv hill. 68% humidity. more snow coming for western maryland. it's been a great year for the ski industry. the mid upper 20s hagerstown and cumberland. 28 elkton and here on tv hill. 29 ocean city, the low 30s easton, pax river dc, annapoli
NBC
Feb 13, 2013 12:00pm EST
at noon. >> good afternoon. i am sarah caldwell. a trainee with the university of maryland-baltimore county campus is in the hospital this afternoon. he was accidentally shot in the head with live ammunition during a training exercise. jennifer franciotti has more on the turn of events. >> it was 5:00 p.m. monday medevac helicopter arrived at shock, carrying the injured trainee. he is part of the university of maryland-baltimore campus police department. he was shot in the head during a training exercise by a training officer. the trainee is now fighting for his life. >> he is stable, but any thoughts or predictions about long-term neurological outcome at this point are way too early. >> the shooting happened at the rosewood state hospital in owings mills. that facility is now used for various trading activities. authorities would not discuss what specific training was taking place during the shooting or why why ammunition was used during the exercise. >> i understand it, i get it, you want answers to those questions. i probably have more questions than you have, and it wil
NBC
Feb 14, 2013 6:00pm EST
with a gunshot wound to the head. we are told it was a trainee for the university of maryland police. an in-depth investigation is now under way with the maryland state police. >> a deadly crash this morning in anne arundel county. upon arrival, crews discovered that an suv and a cement truck had collided. authorities say the woman operating the suv died from her injuries, though no one else was reportedly hurt. there were about 60 crashes in the county during two hours this morning. icy conditions were suspected as a factor. three people including two children recovering after an apartment fire in harford county. the flames broke out this morning in aberdeen. authority say to young boys aged two and four were taken to johns hopkins children's center with first and second-degree burns. a 26-year-old was taken to johns hopkins bayview. because of the fire remains under investigation. >> will the real ray raice step forward? he says an impostor used a fake version of his facebook page to try to pick up young girls. lowell melser joins us live from the newsroom with more on this developing sto
NBC
Feb 17, 2013 6:00pm EST
responsible for the stabbing to death of a college student. the university of maryland eastern shore student died at the hospital around 9:30 last time. he is 21 from severn. he was driving through campus when they got into an altercation. there are looking for three male suspects. of staff obama's chief says they are working on an immigration reform plan but there pushing back hard. brian mooar is in washington with more. >> this is not the first time congress has tried to reform immigration law, but this time both sides seem hopeful. it is one of the very few issues that unites both republicans and democrats. eight senators are finishing up a bipartisan bill, "usa today "report they're working on a backup plan if the current efforts fall apart. >> we will have an option ready to put up there. >> the chief of staff says the proposal would bolster border security and included past the citizenship for the 11 million undocumented immigrants. republicans say any plan with the president's name on it is bound to fail. >> that's why we're working together, republicans and democrats. >> senator joh
NBC
Feb 19, 2013 12:00pm EST
body. the maryland board of decisions website said that he had no known disciplinary actions in the last 10 years. he graduated from cornell university in 1984 and received his maryland not -- and received his maryland license in 1988. hopkins officials have notified the these patients, -- it is unknown and other patients are out there. the bba ltv 11 is. >> thank you. fire crews battled a stubborn fire that engulfed a home in bowie. prince george's county grew respond to this block of peachtree lange. it took 35 firefighters nearly an hour to control flames. the conditions were so intense that chris had a fight from the outside only. no one was hurt. a baltimore county police are investigating eight of the troubleshooting overnight. two females and one male were suffering from gunshot wounds along eastern boulevard. the three victims were standing near the bus stop when the suspect or suspects began shooting. one of the male victims died. there are no words on a possible motive. $2,000 are being offered leading to the information leading to an arrest of the murder were of a
NBC
Feb 20, 2013 6:00pm EST
,000 in campaign funds to maryland officials since 2006. mike miller tops the list. he expressed concerns about licensing. sarah brady is not intimidated. to convinceo se legislators with common sense. a the governor's bill faces key vote tomorrow. a committee will decide whether to send it to the senate floor. david collins, wbal tv 11 news. >> state officials confirmed the city police department had no authority to be using their center ford police training. a trainee was critically shot and wounded by police instructor last week. >> we're learning more tonight about what was not in place and what did not happen before an instructor grabbed the wrong gun and fired. the city was at the roseville center without authorization. the city did not request authorization to use the facility, and health department spokesperson told us. a police training from the university of maryland police force was critically shot and wounded. the instructor pulled the wrong weapon and fired while trying to scare trainees away from a window. sources say he meant to use his training weapon. yesterday the police commi
FOX
Feb 26, 2013 5:30pm EST
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ABC
Feb 4, 2013 4:30am EST
around the beltway no problems to report maryland or virginia. no construction here. metro area, no construction. maryland at 95 between baltimore and the beltway, that is fine. 295 that bw parkway, that looks fine. virginia, same good news for you coming in from the west. 66 greenway toll road, 95, here we are live in springfield. back to you. >> thank you so much. our big story, a big parade which has now been set for the super bowl champions the baltimore ravens. the team has just enough power to overcome a partial power outage at the superdome. a near comeback by the 49ers. >> now the city of baltimore celebrates the ravens tomorrow morning. it will be a darting at city hall and and at ravens stadium. >> super bowl 47 lives up to the hype. it was high-scoring, but tough and gritty. just the type of game the baltimore ravens love led by joe flacco, the ravens captured a narrow 34-31 win over the 49ers. >> super bowl belongs to baltimore. >> for a while, it looks like the ravenswood one a ray with the game. -- ravenswood --ravesns would run away with the game. then it was ligh
ABC
Feb 15, 2013 11:00pm EST
peoplement to find the responsible. >> maryland may be cracking synthetic marijuana. there is a bill that will make manufacture, possession, and of drugs illegal. they have been linked to serious health problems including hallucinations and death. >> are you feeling love for maryland? governor martin o'malley wants to know why. there is a website where you can submit photos telling why you the state. ae summer artist will create of art inspired by the submissions. >> they are very maryland. >> fruitcakes, you know that this coming. -- -- fruitcake, you know that is coming. >> this is -- that is not the executive gallow. that is the window washers. it was a great day for watching the sky. our high temperature once again way above average. 60 degrees. right now outside, 38 degrees. indegrees for you folks fairfax. last batch of rain showers coming through. some wete been snowflakes. no slippery mess. the assault has been washed away almost 1/4 inches of rain. high-temperature today, 18 degrees. temperature today, 18 degrees. it was our mild today. here is the change in the dead pattern
ABC
Feb 18, 2013 11:00pm EST
away out in the maryland's of western maryland -- way in the mountains of western maryland. i will come and put the salt under your car if there is any icing is tomorrow morning. we will see some rain showers with some southerly winds. the third winter in a row without any real snowstorms here in washington. >> will see you in a few minutes. the white house may be doing a bit of backtracking tonight after news of president obama as proposed immigration stan was leaked to the public. part of the plan would include a visa for those in the country illegally. white house officials said the proposal is merely a backup plan if a bipartisan congressional panel does not come up with an overall plan of their own. >> lieutenant governor bob mcdonnell is reaching out to president obama in a last chance effort to avoid sequestration. cuts would go into effect march 1 unless congress comes up with cuts of their own. his message to the president comes after the president is wrapping up a short vacation in florida. he played 18 holes with tiger woods. tonight he flew back to washington, but congress r
ABC
Feb 22, 2013 5:30pm EST
at maryland's most powerful radar on app. you can get that from the itune's store. that's the concern for tonight. again, we have light pockets of drizzle. it's not going to take much to see that start to accumulate on the roadways. yes, it's falling in the form of rain. our ground surfaces are about 32, 31. we went through reisterstown, through the hunt valley. we saw a similar deal where it was sleet and came down as rain. that is the concern. if you're going to head out, say a movie or have a dinner around town, the problem is going to be you may not see crane thing aciewm -- anything accumulate. this looks good. 695. for a friday evening commute, this looks fantastic. you may hit a quick patch of some ice. we'll have to keep an eye on it. just be careful. it's lined up along 95. that's where we seat precip -- see the precip. >> you can get the latest. just head to our abc2news.com site for the download. >> sandy hook, columbine. >> a handful of state senators voted a bill to ban them out of committee. >> reporter: this is what 30 rounds of ammunition look and sound leck from an as
ABC
Feb 7, 2013 11:00pm EST
meteorologist wyatt everhart starts us off. >> i think it's mostly quiet for maryland tonight. two keytime frames of concern tonight into early tomorrow morning and then tomorrow night and two key storms on the board. one is the low pressure area over new england and our secondary, our main focus is this coastal system coming from texas moving up the gulf coast now a tremendous amount f o' moisture as this system moves into maryland. it will bring rain. you can see a few showers creeping into southern maryland. temperatures just a few degrees above freezing. we could see sleet and snow mixed in with with the rain in the morning. we'll call them mixed showers to start your day in the morning. then we're going to rain through the middle part of the day. then past 4:00, windy, rainy conditions turning back to snow particularly for areas to the north and northeast of brm. cecil through harford could get a decent amount of snow. >> so maybe you don't have to stock up on the shovels and snow blowers but the weather is going to have an impact on us. especially if you have travel mrans. amtrak is
ABC
Feb 13, 2013 6:30am EST
commute now over to you. >>> two university of maryland college park students are dead and another is in the hospital. the suspect dayvon green shot both house mates before turning the gun on himself. sherrie johnson is here with more on the young man believed to have perpetrated the ordeal. >> reporter: there are unanswered questions and we know dayvon green has ties to baltimore. his family lives in the rosedale area and he attended morgan state university for his undergraduate degree. his family says he suffered from mental illness. police have not released information on his illness or what medication he was taking. university of maryland official say green was not treated for mental illness at their health care facilities. nor were university officials aware of his condition. police in prince george's county say he killed one of his roommates and injured another before killing himself outside of their college park home. all three were stewed antithe university of harold greene was a graduate student. now police say the 9 millimeter handgun used in the killing was bought legall
ABC
Feb 18, 2013 6:30am EST
>>> you're watching the station that works for you. now, good morning maryland. >>> a famous flea market in our area is raided. what police were looking for when they went into the north pointe flea market. the man accused of slapping a toddler while on board a airplane is facing federal charges and the 19 month old mother -- the 19-month-old's mother is spending out. and we have a live look of downtown baltimore. you will want to bundle up because it's cold out there. but, it's dry. abc's most accurate meteorologist has details on how it could change into a nasty winter mix. it's monday morning. thanks for joining us this morning. president's day. hope you had a great weekend. i am megan pringle. charley is off today and let's start with meteorologist lynette charles and things are changing and it won't be pretty tomorrow. >> things will be changing throughout the overnight and tomorrow morning. let's start off with temperatures because we are cold. we should be at 25 and we are coming in below that. throwing in the wind and we are colder than the teens we are seeing and in a lot
ABC
Feb 19, 2013 4:30am EST
to work its way in. a look at maryland's most powerful radar. not a lot to see. we widen out the view, this is where the weather is coming from for today. this will push in as we go towards the morning time. around 7:00, we could start off the western portion of the state, dealing with a little bit of a wintery mix. frederick, carroll county, sliding over to baltimore, this is switching over to rain. rain across the area. it's going to be a unsettled day. temperatures this morning, we look at the weather bug site. 32 degrees owings mills. union bridge 35 degrees now. temperatures a little bit too warm and going to get warmer in to the afternoon. i will talk about that coming up. now a check of the time saver traffic with loren cook. >> we are off to a cold start, that mix is approaching. the roads will be nice and clear. no problems using the jfx to get downtown. everything up to speed through the fort mc henry and the harbor tunnel. 695, liberty, everything moving along. you won't have problems getting down to route 40 or traveling the inner loop, pikesville. Ƨminutes on the outer l
CBS
Feb 15, 2013 11:00pm EST
following the quick arrest. you can see the massive police response. >> on the ground we have maryland state police, we've got the baltimore city police, baltimore sheriff. >> reporter: the suv left a massive hole right here in the side of this building a city building inspector had to be called in to make sure the structure is stable. bennett faces armed robbery and assault charges. that stabbing victim is expected to be okay. wjz eyewitness news. >>> thank you very much. no police officers were injured in this chase. >>> almost two weeks since a teenager was fatally stabbed after a fight at the ravens victory parade. no arrests as the 15-year-old is laid to rest. >> reporter: these still pictures from a baltimore city police camera on the corner of howard and fayette caught the final moments of live for the 15-year-old. >> it was unnecessary. he got stabbed. >> reporter: the person in purple is the primary suspect in his murder. >> what we know is that it is an isolated incident the victims knew their attackers we believe this stemmed from a disp
CBS
Feb 25, 2013 11:00pm EST
neighborhood, now it's complete coverage. it's wjz, maryland's news station. >>> chilling confession. a baltimore county high schooler describes attacking his classmates on the first day of school. >> i had the gun, loaded, fired as much as i could. >> new insight into why he did it. >>> hello, everybody. >> here's what people are talking about tonight. >> the teenager who opened fire inside perry hall high school learns his fate in court as police release his video taped confession. we are live and we have more on today's revelations. >> reporter: in those new intertapes, he admits to plotting the attacks for months. a judge has sentenced him to 35 years behind bars. surveillance images show robert gladden, jr. pull a shotgun from inside his pants inside the cafeteria. as he opens fire, teachers rush in his direction pinning the teen against a vending machine. >> the pants had really deep pockets. i put the stock in my pocket and under my shirt. >> reporter: he tells police he warned two friends to leave the school before the attacks, he then a
CBS
Feb 11, 2013 4:30am EST
maryland, sue rae chin wusa9. >> sue rae tells us police have only a vague description of a suspect. you can remain anonymous if you have any information about this case that can help detectives. call 1-9866-411-8477. again that number is 866-411-8477. >>> a 14-year-old silver spring boy is charged with first degree murder in the death of his own two-year-old sister. jonathan agill la is charged for the death of aruth's chris sa yawn new zealand. the mother came home from work to find la ruth's chris sa unconscious. the teen allegedly said he covered the baby's mouth and nose with his hands until she stopped crying. >>> police officers say she lunged at them with a knife and that is what led them to shoot a woman. she dade a short time later. police living in the 52nd -- excuse me, people living in the 52nd avenue neighborhood called police when they saw them trying to get in. >>> metro is reviewing video to try and identify suspects related to a weekend stabbing. around 2:00 saturday morning, two people were stabbed during a fight at the shaw met row. -- metro. a man and woman were cut
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